Get to know our partners and co-organizers on journey of introducing ICT solutions to education in Western Balkans region. In parallel with our two-day conference, we also organised a fair where over 30 ICT companies and educational institutions presented the latest technological solutions in education that they developed or introduced to the market. The participants were able to visit their stands, try out interactive classroom solutions, find out how to use the internet for high quality teaching and see a micro:bit devices for coding. 

Fair exhibitors:

Danijela Ljubojević

Creating eLearning resources through learning objects


Learning objects are a new way of creating teaching materials in systems for learning management. In order to help students through eLearning teachers need to prepare well-conceived pedagogic resources that are also technically feasible. The aim of the presentation is to explain the process of creating learning objects and show how they are being used in English language classes at the Faculty of informational technologies.

Danijela is a professor of English at the Faculty of Informational technologies in Belgrade. Her main area of interest is platforms for distance learning. She published several works about integrating ICT in the classroom. She also works on research and design of electronic teaching materials.




Danijela and Sandra are teachers of physics, astronomy, informatics and technical culture. They presented an example of a scenario, its phases, purpose and its use, along with some widely applicable Web 2.0 tools. Danijela and Sandra showed the audience how this technology-based learning can improve and enrich the educational process.

Danijela Đukić Ćosić

E-learning to test knowledge before exam


Presentation outlines an example of application and evaluation of e-learning for testing knowledge before an exam. Ready-made course on Moodle electronic platform is additional teaching material and with classical teaching (lectures and exercises) makes a mixed/hybrid way of acquiring knowledge. Apart from learning, it is used to test knowledge before an exam. Student can see the answers, and is also enabled multiple attempts to go through the set materials. Danijela is assistant professor in the scientific area of Toxicology at the University of Belgrade, and visiting lecturer at the University of Banja Luka. She advocates acquisition of functional knowledge through interactive teaching, and information technologies help her in this effort. She actively promotes importance of hybrid teaching (a combination of classical classes and technology-assisted teaching).

Danilo Borovnica

The significance of change of pace during classes


The use of ICT in the classroom should not be static. if used in that way it is no different than traditional teaching methods. It should be used for the change of pace during classes, in order to make the topic more interesting, and learning more like playing. Danilo did just that by using several ICT tools.

Danilo teaches mathematics in primary school using modern methods and ICT. He has experience in the IT sector which helped him easily see the advantages and disadvantages of different solutions, difficulties in their implementation as well as the benefits for students. He participated in several international projects / conferences and won the second prize 'Digital class'. Danilo is the author of several manuals and active member of associations involved in education.

Darko Petrović

The use of computers for preschool children


What does using a computer means for preschool children? This presentation shows how these children can be thought to use computers and digital devices and experiences of a private computer school when working with them. It will cover the topics of motivation and basic terms, hardware, software, working conditions, the use of computers, scanners, printers, digital cameras and printed materials. 

Darko graduated at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Čačak and started working as a programmer. For the last 14 years he has been working as an informatics teacher. He is currently active in the field of science promotion and is an entrepreneur working on software design and computer literacy trainings. 

Data Harvest

As a supplier of ICT Science data logging equipment, Data Harvest develops and provides hardware, software & teaching materials that bring the latest technology to Science Education. Offering multi award-winning, high quality, innovative and affordable educational products for over 30 years, Data Harvest is a world wide leader in Science Education.

Data Loggers are used to capture and graph data in real time as part of a practical Science experiment, allowing students to more easily understand and learn. They save time and additionally provide analysis tools to allow the students to ask questions and concentrate on analysing the captured data.



Working on the The Living Room of the Future


Datatek offers advanced IT solutions that increase the quality and flexibility of both IT systems and users’ work, and thereby reduce IT costs. At the fair they will present a complete solution for the modern classroom, which includes "ThinClient" devices and working environment virtualization software from NComputing, as well as "NetSupport School" software for classroom management.



Datatek and Dast will introduce a modern computer classroom based on technology of virtual desktop, where classrooms are equipped with zero clients, server and teaching management software, and with a simple installation and minimal maintenance, a much more efficient work during lectures is gained.


David is an independent adviser and a passionate supporter of the exploitation of educational technology. He works with a range of private, public and third sector organisations as well as individual schools.

Education and ICT for the 21st Century

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In his presentation David talked about some trends in changing curriculum across the work and the pressures and tensions for change. He also considered some different approaches to addressing ICT curriculum and what needs to be in place to make curriculum change work.

Panel discussion | Education for the 21st century

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This panel discussion, that David was moderating, talked about the changing context of education, the place of ICT in 21st century education and the need for schools to become effective in their use of ICT.